Lundholm Gymnasium

Lundholm Gymnasium is home to both the women's and men's basketball teams, the volleyball team, and the gymnastics team. The gym, dedicated in 1968 to Carl Lundholm, a 1921 graduate of the University and also the Athletics Department's director from 1939 to 1963, had served as the primary home of the Wildcat basketball programs for several decades. Restored in 2001, Lundholm Gymnasium has computer controlled lights and a refinished floor. Bleachers in Lundholm Gymnasium were replaced in 2007.

UNH Field House: Lundholm Gymnasium

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Field House

The Field House is the hub of UNH Athletics. It is the home to the Athletics Department's administrative offices as well as the gymnasium, newly renovated Paul Sweet indoor track, indoor pool and gymnastics training room. The Field House also boasts a state-of-the-art strength and conditioning center. More info: Email: Steve Metcalf

UNH Field House: Lundholm Gymnasium

Services Available

  • House sound system (best used if stage is on East Side of the gym facing West)
  • Phone lines


Square Footage

  • 18,193


  • 161 x 113 (full floor, no bleachers)


  • 2 side bleachers, open floor: 3,000
  • 1 side bleacher and floor: 2,500
  • Floor seating: 2,250

The University can provide comprehensive technology service and support, including Ethernet, wireless and wired communication, video-conferencing, telephone, and more.